By Dc ranch
I love Elton John and this is my favorite album !
I "rediscovered" this Elton John album on Apple Music and I think it's fantastic.
My favorite of anything Elton has ever done.
Each song is beautiful.
Good, but a step back...
...from "Songs From The West Coast."
Still, better than 90% of the stuff he's released from the 80's and 90's.
Elton's BEST SONG EVER
"Turn The Lights Out When You Leave." Wow! Period.
To me it's the best!
Very good tunes! To me it's my favorite Elton John Album. I love the plain and good music, good lyrics! Just a real pleasure to listen to. I find it even much better than his 80's Hits.
This has to be my favorite Elton John album by far. I never get sick of listening to it. Thanks Itunes for putting it in the store. My cd is unreadable and I can listen to it again now!
It's worth it.
By Brooklyn Wes
This is a definitely an album that grows on you. When I first listened to it, the only song I liked was "Elusive Drug." But if you listen to the album more and more, you'll find that those tunes stay with you. It's worth it for Elton John fans.
By Elton Fan73
This is my all-time favorite Elton John album.
The road goes nowhere --PEACHTREE is a bust
I buy every album Elton makes, but ever since THE BIG PICTURE he has gotten mellower and mellower and
the catchy music is pretty much a thing of the past. I have no idea why he doesn't wrote a handful of upbeat songs per album--it all gets a bit dreary.
This album was so bad and sold so poorly that they re-released it with a new cover and extra songs, but it
The only songs I liked were "All That I'm Allowed" "They Call Her The Cat" "Turn The Lights Out" and "Weight of the World."
Overall, forgettable music.
Such a good, solid album. One of those CD's that you can put on and listen all the way through. It really grows on you, especially if you listen in headphones.. really mixed well.